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A leisurely, thinking-aloud appraisal of those recently-released Shroud photomicrographs.

Well, I don’t know about your, dear reader, but I for one had never previously seen those superb photomicrographs of Shroud image areas. I refer to the four that appeared in the second half of the (pdf)  paper of French … Continue reading

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Thibault’s Principle: true for a stepped template, maybe – but not an artistic bas relief with rounded contours and gentler relief

  Try to avoid too many flat surfaces and  right angles when choosing a template for your Man in the Shroud 😉 Thibault’s Principle:  “No scorch produced by pressing a heated template onto linen can hope to match the subtlety … Continue reading

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